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On Articulation, Translation, and Populism: Gillian Hart’s Postcolonial Marxism

On Articulation, Translation, and Populism: Gillian Hart’s Postcolonial Marxism This article reviews Gillian Hart’s unique anticolonial Marxism, which she deftly deploys to explore questions regarding development, capitalism, and the post-apartheid trajectories of South Africa, focusing in particular on the articulations of race, class, gender, and nationalism therein. We argue that Hart’s careful engagement with Gramsci’s work enables her to be particularly attentive to both materiality and meaning in particular historical and geographical conjunctures. In so doing, we focus on how Hart enrolls and furthers understandings of articulation, language, and populism to develop a conjunctural analysis that is sensitive to the differentiation and politics of racialized capitalism. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annals of the American Association of Geographers Taylor & Francis

On Articulation, Translation, and Populism: Gillian Hart’s Postcolonial Marxism

On Articulation, Translation, and Populism: Gillian Hart’s Postcolonial Marxism

Annals of the American Association of Geographers , Volume 110 (5): 17 – Sep 2, 2020

Abstract

This article reviews Gillian Hart’s unique anticolonial Marxism, which she deftly deploys to explore questions regarding development, capitalism, and the post-apartheid trajectories of South Africa, focusing in particular on the articulations of race, class, gender, and nationalism therein. We argue that Hart’s careful engagement with Gramsci’s work enables her to be particularly attentive to both materiality and meaning in particular historical and geographical conjunctures. In so doing, we focus on how Hart enrolls and furthers understandings of articulation, language, and populism to develop a conjunctural analysis that is sensitive to the differentiation and politics of racialized capitalism.

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Taylor & Francis
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© 2020 by American Association of Geographers
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2469-4460
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0269-4452
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10.1080/24694452.2020.1715198
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Abstract

This article reviews Gillian Hart’s unique anticolonial Marxism, which she deftly deploys to explore questions regarding development, capitalism, and the post-apartheid trajectories of South Africa, focusing in particular on the articulations of race, class, gender, and nationalism therein. We argue that Hart’s careful engagement with Gramsci’s work enables her to be particularly attentive to both materiality and meaning in particular historical and geographical conjunctures. In so doing, we focus on how Hart enrolls and furthers understandings of articulation, language, and populism to develop a conjunctural analysis that is sensitive to the differentiation and politics of racialized capitalism.

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Annals of the American Association of GeographersTaylor & Francis

Published: Sep 2, 2020

Keywords: Antonio Gramsci; articulation; Gillian Hart; populism; translation; 安东尼奥·葛兰西(Antonio Gramsci); 表述; 吉利安·哈特(Gillian Hart); 民粹主义; 翻译。; Antonio Gramsci; articulación; Gillian Hart; populismo; traducción

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